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This easy bobotie recipe is my version slightly adapted from the original. Bobotie is a traditional South African casserole dish prepared from savoury ground beef, bread dipped in milk, and a thin layer of egg on top. Most variations are served with cooked yellow rice.
Some people in South Africa even call bobotie the national dish of South Africa, while others claim it is region-specific. One thing is certain, everybody in South Africa loves bobotie, and everybody who visits South Africa also loves bobotie. My wife, during her time as a chef, prepared bobotie as a dish for many International guests and they absolutely raved about it.
Bobotie is a beautiful-looking casserole dish and it pleases all culinary senses. It smells divine and tastes wonderful. It is easy to fall in love with South Africa, if only for the taste of bobotie.
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